From April 2003 to January 2009 I kept this as a photoblog. I started off using one of the first camera phones, the Sharp GX10, and used a variety of phones and digital cameras.

The process taught me a lot about noticing things and about photography in general. I enjoyed using the really early camera phones as their low resolution made me focus on larger patterns and abstracts. The more advanced phones and cameras have a bit too much fidelity for that and while I learned a lot I don't think I enjoyed it as much, so stopped keeping the site up to date. Taking a photo every day, and posting only pictures from that day (with a couple of exceptions) means that there's a massive range of quality between them. They are what they are, and they'll stay here for as long as I can keep them here.

Since then I've used Instagram (though I'm not on there anymore) and Flickr, and have a design/typography site called Ministry of Type.